Since it started in 1989, this entirely volunteer/artist-run, non-profit gallery has offered artists a non-critical ... More
Art/Not Terminal Gallery
Since it started in 1989, this entirely volunteer/artist-run, non-profit gallery has offered artists a non-critical atmosphere in which to display works. And it offers the art-viewing public an eclectic, not to say chaotic, variety of paintings, drawings and sculpture to browse and buy, often at bargain prices. Shows change monthly, down with the old on first Thursday, up with the new on first Friday in a cordial free-for-all. Artists pay nominal hanging fees and volunteer their time. The gallery takes a modest 10 percent from sales.
With numerous fun but tacky tourist shops and the Alaskan Way Viaduct thundering overhead, it's a wonder any natives visit
Seattle Waterfront. The views are spectacular, the Bainbridge Island ferry leaves from Colman Dock, and the popular Summer Nights ...
The Seattle Art Museum is internationally recognized for its excellent collection of Asian, African and Native American art and for
its fine collection of modern art produced by Pacific Northwest artists. The permanent collection includes 21,000 pieces and while ...
A big, gorgeous space flooded with natural light, Gail Gibson's Gallery on the second floor emphasizes photography and sculpture, often
in combination. Themes vary at the whim of the artist and the gallery owner. You might see a retrospective ...